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Dulce Wills

February 22, 2022
If you could have dinner with 3 inspirational women, dead or alive, who would they be and why? Friday Kahlo is a force in the art world; her 1938 self-portrait, titled ‘The Frame’ was the first work by a 20th-century Mexican artist to ever be featured in the louvre. Maya Angelou grew up during segregation and user her work to empower and give voice to the African American community and women around the world. Her memoir ‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings’ changed the literary world!  Junko Tabei shattered gender norms in 1975 when she became the first woman to successfully climb Mount Everest. She strengthened her legacy by later becoming the first woman ever to reach the Seven Peaks. 

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